Après-Ski in Steamboat

Steamboat is an old Western town that knows how to have a good time, and aims to keep everyone happy, and coming back! Guests typically stay either in the old town, or in the mountain village. They are 3 miles apart, and linked by a regular free shuttle. If you are staying in the mountain village, a trip to check out downtown is a ‘must-do' during your holiday. Great après-ski is not hard to find in Steamboat, but the best post-ski après is to be found up in the mountain village. We suggest you start your evening here, and then head downtown for dinner:

The T-Bar

This is a busy slopeside local's bar in the old Ski Patrol hut at the base of the mountain. It offers great food and drinks for lunch and après, has a fun local vibe and as you might expect, gets busy on sunny days. This is Steamboat’s best après spot in your ski boots without a doubt!

Slopeside Bar & Grill

Just off the mountain and still in ski boots, ski-in/stumble out. Lively slopeside bar offering American Classic food and great drinks with frequent live music.

The Range

New for May 2023 in Steamboat Square next to the Gondola(s) and ice-rink you’ll find The Range – two levels, each with its own full bar plus four dining venues with QR code ordering. Shiny and new and very different from the T-Bar and Slopeside Bar.

Storm Peak Bus Stop

Ski mountain location of Storm Peak Brewery: grab a burger from Après Burger upstairs to accompany your tasty beer offerings – try an Urban Sombrero, a Mexican-style lager with a hint of lime, or a Hop Mess Express, juicy and slightly hazy pale ale.

Truffle Pig

Slopeside wine, cocktails and comfort food après snacks at the back of One Steamboat Place just beside the main Gondola. Has a mean happy hour which is more like 90 minutes, serving local craft brews, olives, charcuterie board, street tacos and papas bravas.